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The Signal's Photo Spotlight, Sept. 17-24, 2010

Posted: September 23, 2010 10:27 p.m.
Updated: September 24, 2010 4:55 a.m.
 Saugus’ Jaclyn Clark (10) and Ashley Guthrie celebrate after winning a point against Notre Dame at Saugus on Wednesday.  Saugus’ Jaclyn Clark (10) and Ashley Guthrie celebrate after winning a point against Notre Dame at Saugus on Wednesday.
Saugus’ Jaclyn Clark (10) and Ashley Guthrie celebrate after winning a point against Notre Dame at Saugus on Wednesday.
Reed Crane, along with the rest of his kindergarten classmates, sings a song for the children’s theatrical duo TJ3 Productions LLC, who visited class Thursday afternoon, to review geometry shapes, at Oak Hills Elementary School in Stevenson Ranch. Reed Crane, along with the rest of his kindergarten classmates, sings a song for the children’s theatrical duo TJ3 Productions LLC, who visited class Thursday afternoon, to review geometry shapes, at Oak Hills Elementary School in Stevenson Ranch.
Reed Crane, along with the rest of his kindergarten classmates, sings a song for the children’s theatrical duo TJ3 Productions LLC, who visited class Thursday afternoon, to review geometry shapes, at Oak Hills Elementary School in Stevenson Ranch.
Thomas Jentis, 17, of the Hart High marching band, performs “Just Dance” on the French horn at the Our Lady of Perpetual Help annual barbecue fair in Newhall on Saturday Thomas Jentis, 17, of the Hart High marching band, performs “Just Dance” on the French horn at the Our Lady of Perpetual Help annual barbecue fair in Newhall on Saturday
Thomas Jentis, 17, of the Hart High marching band, performs “Just Dance” on the French horn at the Our Lady of Perpetual Help annual barbecue fair in Newhall on Saturday
Marshall Gatten, left, of Glendale, shows his cards to Jeff Victor, who had the winning hand with a pair of kings at the Shuffle Up and Deal! Texas Hold ’em Poker Tournament. The tournament was presented by United Way of Greater Los Angeles and the city of Santa Clarita at the Santa Clarita Sports Complex on Saturday night. The charity event benefited United Way. Marshall Gatten, left, of Glendale, shows his cards to Jeff Victor, who had the winning hand with a pair of kings at the Shuffle Up and Deal! Texas Hold ’em Poker Tournament. The tournament was presented by United Way of Greater Los Angeles and the city of Santa Clarita at the Santa Clarita Sports Complex on Saturday night. The charity event benefited United Way.
Marshall Gatten, left, of Glendale, shows his cards to Jeff Victor, who had the winning hand with a pair of kings at the Shuffle Up and Deal! Texas Hold ’em Poker Tournament. The tournament was presented by United Way of Greater Los Angeles and the city of Santa Clarita at the Santa Clarita Sports Complex on Saturday night. The charity event benefited United Way.
Local Tchicaya Missamou speaks to a crowd at Borders in Valenica, who gathered for a signing and reading of his book “In the Shadow of Freedom.” Local Tchicaya Missamou speaks to a crowd at Borders in Valenica, who gathered for a signing and reading of his book “In the Shadow of Freedom.”
Local Tchicaya Missamou speaks to a crowd at Borders in Valenica, who gathered for a signing and reading of his book “In the Shadow of Freedom.”
Employees of Wesco Aircraft wait around a Santa Clarita Catering food truck during their lunch break on Tuesday afternoon. Los Angeles County officials want to pass an ordinace that would require all trucks to post letter grades on their windows. Employees of Wesco Aircraft wait around a Santa Clarita Catering food truck during their lunch break on Tuesday afternoon. Los Angeles County officials want to pass an ordinace that would require all trucks to post letter grades on their windows.
Employees of Wesco Aircraft wait around a Santa Clarita Catering food truck during their lunch break on Tuesday afternoon. Los Angeles County officials want to pass an ordinace that would require all trucks to post letter grades on their windows.
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This week's spootlight features food trucks, celebration, and French horns.

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